Australia's soldier tradesmen.

Australia, 1962

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The Army Apprentice School at Balcombe, Victoria. The variety of specialist trade training, including trade drawing, woodworking, building, telecommunications, automotive engineering and clerical training. The general educational facilities, sports and basic military training. How the Army Apprentice Scheme offers young men a full life, financial independence and first-class technical qualifications. Narrated by Keith Eden.

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